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Background

Smart Rwanda
Powering Rwandas socio-economic transformation
towards a knowledge economy through innovative,
information-driven, ICT enabled solutions

SMART Africa Principles


1. To put ICT at the centre of our national socio-economic development agenda
2. To improve access to ICT especially Broadband
3. To improve accountability, efficiency and openness through ICT
4. To put the Private Sector First .
5. To leverage ICT to promote sustainable development

Whats new about the Smart Rwanda Master Plan?


Execution Model - Restructure the national ICT leadership and governance
structure and make it more authoritative, accountable, streamlined and
responsive
Performance and benefits management - monitor and aggressively track the
KPIs, Return On Investment (ROI) and manage cost of ownership
Project prioritization process highly competitive selection criteria, embed
best project management practices, allocate adequate resources and
implement rigorous program management
Monitoring and evaluation Regular reviews; Impact analysis on growth of
the economy - job creation, reduction in poverty, ICT literacy, infrastructure
growth, together with other relevant ICT indicators
Public Private Partnership (PPP) Implementation Model of mutually
beneficial partnership program between government, private investors and
development partners to share the investment burden of the national ICT
investment costs

Key Messages of Smart Rwanda Master Plan?


24-hour Self Service Govt. All govt. services will be online by 2018
Cashless and paperless govt. - All govt. financial transactions will be made
electronically and via mobile by 2018
~US$50M saved through efficiency gains - savings through outsourcing and
reduction of future wage bill by foregoing recruitment of additional GoR ICT
staff
~US$1BN+ value of opportunities for the private sector - This is the
approx. value of projects to be implemented by SRMP via PPP model
SMART Rwanda to contribute 10% to GDP- Broadband access and other
ICT infrastructure projects offer a platform for economic growth
~100,000 jobs to be created by SRMP foster an enabling environment for
private investments to drive job creation, productivity and competitiveness
supported by technology and innovation

SRMP Reference Framework

Vision 2020

Reflect results of
NICI I~III and ICT SSP

4 Execution

1 Align

NICI Plans

EDPRS II

Current Operating
Model

Align Vision &


Strategic Goal

SMART Rwanda
Master Plan

RDB, MYICT
MDAs,

Env. Assessment

Political
2

Align Vision & Strategic


Goal

SMART Africa
Manifesto
(2013)

ICT Sector
Strategic Plan
(2013~2018)

7 Year
Government Program
(2010-2017)

Economic
4

Progress

Social

Reflect results of NICI I~III &


ICT SSP
4

Reflect Rwandas internal/


external environment
challenges

Technological

Execution

SRMP Framework

SRMP Composition - 7 Pillars and 3


Enablers

Framework

SMART Rwanda

Vision

Cities

Government

Education

Agriculture

Business & Industry

Finance

Health

Goals & Core Strategy

Focus Area

Programs, Projects,
Initiatives

Capability & Capacity


Secured & Shared Infrastructure
Governance & Management
5

SRMP Composition - 7 Pillars and 3 Enablers

SMART Rwanda

Secured & Shared Infrastructure


Governance & Management
6

Cities

Government

Education

Agriculture

Business & Industry

Finance

Health

Capability & Capacity

SMART Rwanda Master Plan: Overview


Vision

A prosperous and knowledgeable society through Smart ICT

Theme
(7 - Pillars, 3
- Enablers)

SMART
Education

SMART ICT Capability

Economic
Transformation

Goal
(3)

Core
Objectives
(10)

SMART
Government

SMART
Business &
Industry

SMART
Health

SMART
Agriculture

SMART ICT Governance

Job Creation &


Increased productivity

SMART
Finance

SMART
Cities

SMART ICT Shared Infrastructure

Accountable Governance

Expand medical and health services to enhance citizens quality of life

Utilize ICT for education as a tool to enhance teaching and learning

Boost agricultural productivity, industrialization and commercialisation

Improve financial infrastructure to expand access to financial services

Promote entrepreneurship and business development by enhancing value of products and services

Improve and expand access to ICT skills and innovation capacity

Sustainable urban management and development

Build a shared, robust and resilient infrastructure to underpin service delivery and support national ICT initiatives

Transform the national ICT governance structure to enhance ability and effectiveness of ICT

10

Enhance national governance via e-Gov and provide effective service delivery to empower rural and urban communities
7

SMART Rwanda: Focus Areas (1/2)


3 Goals

Economic
Transformation

10 Core Objectives

Expanding telemedicine and tele-consultation systems

1 Expand medical, and health


services to enhance citizens
quality of life

1-1

1-2

Enhancing consumer health care services

2-1

Improving accessibility to digital information/contents

2-2

Strengthening learning systems and content

3-1

Providing information for enhancing agricultural productivity and securing food


security

3-2

Establishing entire value chain foundation for ICT-based agricultural


commercialization and industrialization

4-1

Enhancing electronic financial transactions

4-2

Implement systems to support financial inclusion

5-1

Promote BPO, Hospitality and Transport & Logistics service industries

5-2

Improving ICT industrial infrastructure capability

Utilize ICT for education as a tool


to enhance teaching and
learning

Enhance agricultural
3 productivity, industrialisation
and commercialization providing
for an economic growth

4 Improve financial infrastructure


to expand access to financial
services

Job Creation
& Increased
Productivity

20 Focus Areas

5 Promote entrepreneurship and


business development by
enhancing value of products and
services

SMART Rwanda: Focus Areas (2/2)


3 Goals

10 Core Objectives

20 Focus Areas
6-1

Establish a national digital literacy program and promote specialzed ICT skills

6-2

Efficient operating administrative tasks and constructing information sharing


foundation G2G

Improve and expand access to IC


6
T skills and innovation capacity

Job Creation
& Increased
Productivity

7 Sustainable urban management


and development

Build a shared, robust and resilie


nt infrastructure to underpin serv
8
ice delivery and support national
ICT initiatives

Accountable
Governance

Transform the national ICT gover


9 nance structure to enhance abilit
y and effectiveness of ICT

Enhance national governance via


e-Gov and provide effective serv
10 ice delivery to empower rural an
d urban communities

7-1

Integrated Public Transport Systems

7-2

Integrated Public Security Systems

8-1

Consolidation of a integrated and shared national ICT infrastructure Cloud first policy

8-2

Strengthening cyber-security, disaster prevention & response systems and res


ilience capabilities.

9-1

Establishing an effective national ICT execution and management body

9-2

Improving performance centered national ICT laws and regulations making


and monitoring system

10-1

Facilitating government service delivery , information sharing and


communication channels - G2C and G2B

10-2

Developing a common platform of national Internet information resources


local internet

Current ICT Sector Institutional framework

ICT Sector Framework (AS-IS)

ICT Sector Framework (Proposed Direction)

ICT SSP
EDPRS2 Vision & Goals
Cyber Security

Private
Sector
Dvpt

Smart Rwanda Strategy


Comm.
Dvpt

E-Govt

Comm.
Dvpt

e-Govt

Skills Development

ICT Infrastructure (Access)

ICT Hub Strategy


Private
Sector
Dvpt

Cyber Security Strategy

Skills Dvpt Strategy

Cyber
Security

Skills
Dvpt

ICT Infrastructure (Access)

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ICT Sector Proposed Institutional Framework (Under Discussions)

EDPRS2 Vision & Goals


Smart Rwanda Strategy

National
Post Office

Private
Sector
Dvpt

Comm.
Dvpt

E-Govt

RISB

ICT Hub Strategy

Cyber Security Strategy

Skills Dvpt Strategy

Cyber
Security

Skills
Dvpt

Postal Services
Strategy

Public
Broadcasting
Strategy

11

RDB
(ICT industry
Promotion)

MINEDUC

RBA

SRMP: Global Ranking on KPIs

Performance Indicator

E-government development Index

Global Competitiveness Index

ICT Development Index

Network Readiness Index

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Present (2013)

2020 Year

140th

70th

66th

30th

141st
(2012)

80th

88th

50th

SRMP: KPIs
Key Performance Indicator

No. of ICT students enrolling yearly in HLIs

%age of individuals using the Internet.

No. of new certified individuals enrolled in ICT courses

%age of mobile cellular telephone subscriptions

%age of schools using broadband internet

%age of individuals with mobile broadband subscription.

Cost of broadband access as %age of GNI

Computer literacy rate for the poptn. aged 15+.

Number of new direct jobs created through BPO

No. of Govt. services deployed online

Volume of committed investments in the ICT sector

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5. Expected Benefits & ROI

SRMP target achievements seek to contribute to national socioeconomic goals


Key target achievements for SRMP
Vision 2020 Goals:
Services > 60% contribution to GDP
Achieve sustainable GDP growth of
11.5%pa

Poverty reduction to <30%


Off-farm jobs created 2M+

Literacy rate > 80%


Life expectancy > 66 yrs.

SMART Rwanda Goals


Economic
Transformation

Job Creation & increased


productivity

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Accountable Governance

1. Overall Timeline

Progress & Way Forward .


Initiation & Rough
Draft

Draft Review

Kick-Off meeting between

Consultative Review

Review of SRMP draft with 5

MYICT & KT TF teams :

priority sectors: May 20

Scope, Objectives & Content

Technical Committee
PS Forum

Finalize SRMP

National ICT Steering Committee

sign-off

Cabinet

9-Jun-2014
Cabinet
2-Jun -2014

26 -May 2014

Devt. Partners

PS Forum
Review

5 9 May 2014
Technical
23 -May 2014 Committee
Draft SRMP

Kick-off Meeting
Meeting between
MYICT & KT

Review with
priority sectors

30 Mar 2014

20-Dec-2013

Currently in the phase of receiving feedback on SRMP


Dec 2013 Jan 2014

15

18 -Jun-2014

National ICT
Steering
Committee

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